Lesson Plans for the Week of April 27th

Below are lesson plans for the week of April 20th.  This is supplemental work and will not be graded.  Teachers are listed in alphabetical order.


Champion

Class: 8th Grade World History

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

Students will view various videos on the early Russian state and write a short reflection on what they watched.

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, YouTube, Khan Academy

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

10 ) Trace the development of the early Russian state and the expansion of its trade systems.

Weekly Lesson Plan

Class: 11th Grade U.S. History

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

Students will view a virtual video of the battle of Midway and write a short reflection of their opinion of the battle.

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, YouTube, Khan Academy

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

9 ) Describe the significance of major battles, events, and consequences of World War II campaigns, including North Africa, Midway, Normandy, Okinawa, the Battle of the Bulge, Iwo Jima, and the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences.


Franklin

Periods 1-3  (8 th Grade)
Students will complete Moby Max lessons on the Pythagorean Theorem.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Moby Max.  You should have your login information in the front of
your Interactive Student Notebook (ISN).  I have all passwords at home and can send it to you if needed.
I will post new weekly assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  21

Period 5  (9 th Grade Algebra 1)
Students will complete Khan Academy lessons on Multiplying Polynomials.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 5 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/8YHVSNBJ.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  8, 9, and 32


Period 6  (9 th Grade Algebra 1)
Students will complete Khan Academy lessons on Factoring 
I have listed all polynomial and factoring lessons on Khan Academy.  You do not have to do all these
lessons in one week. I have extended the due date.  I am looking to make sure you spent one hour per
week on the lessons. Do about 15 minutes per day and then you can continue where you left off the
next week.

Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 6 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/R2YC3WJD.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  10

Period 7  (9 th Grade Algebra 1A)
Students will complete Khan Academy review on Slope.
Check Class Tag weekly for messages.  You can send me messages through Class Tag or through my
email, trinafranklin@franklin.k12.al.us.  
Your assignments will be found on Khan Academy.  I sent all details to parents on Class Tag. The email
address for 7 th period is https://www.khanacademy.org/join/W2W3PU66.  I will post new weekly
assignments each Friday afternoon.
AL Course of Study Standards:  30, 37, 46


Fretwell


Class: English 9 & 10
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
10th- Read Shiloh: A Novel by Shelby Foote that I posted in Google classroom last week. A reading guide will
be posted on Google classroom with questions to answer as you read.
9th- Read The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton that I posted in Google classroom last week. A reading guide will be
posted on Google classroom with questions to answer as you read.

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)
Google classroom, GroupMe app, Facebook
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)
RL 1-9


Gunderman

The next system we would cover in anatomy would be the endocrine system.   This is the chemical messenger system the body has.    There are three main parts to this system:

    1. Gland-  a tissue that produces a hormone to affect another part of the body 
    2.  Hormone -  a chemical produced to be sent to signal change in other parts of the body
    3. Target tissue -  the other area of the body that is acted on by a hormone  to cause change. 
 
     One of the most common examples is the pancreas producing insulin to reduce blood sugar levels (glucose) 
Here are a couple of videos to introduce the endocrine system 
 
And 

 

For seventh grade in continuing with the skeletal system I selected a short video about the parts of bone and different tissues that make up parts of the skeletal system.   

  Some key terms you need to know:
Cartilage    Soft tissue found between bones that acts as a cushion 
    Tendons.  Bands of connective tissue that connect muscle to bone and allow movement
     Ligaments.  Connective Tissue that connects bone to bone and helps stabilize and keep bones aligned 
    Here is the video link. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2vESqp8mL5I
 
   The next topic we will look at is muscles.  Here is a short video showing the major muscles we have   Here is a link to an introductory video on the Muscles 
 
 
Additional science information from Mr. Gunderman:
 
 
Mr. Horton's 7th Grade Reading
Students will log into google classroom and link with readworks.org for this weeks reading passage and comprehension questions.
Standard(s): 1, 2, 3
 
Mr. Horton's 7th Grade English
Students will log into google classroom where they will find our classes next vocabulary lesson and a review video references our phrases and clauses lesson.
Standard(s): 36b, 39a-d
Inmon
 
Class: 10th physical science
Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):
Monday- Reaction rates video with questions.
Tuesday- Video lab with postlab questions.
Wednesday- Law of conservation of mass video with questions
Thursday-Friday Video about balancing equations.
Phet simulation about balancing equations
Practice balancing equations

Students will answer their questions in the comments section of Google Classroom.
Method of Instruction (YouTube, teacher made videos, pHet simulations, Google Classroom,
etc.)
I will share the material and links with students via Google Classroom
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study:
5 ) Use mathematical representations to support and verify the claim that atoms, and therefore mass, are
conserved during a simple chemical reaction.
Lozada
 

Class:12th English

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week):

 Monday: Today I would like for you to view the Ted Talk about what makes a hero.  I have posted the link below, and once you finish the video, please answer the questions listed in the comments for the post.

https://youtu.be/Hhk4N9A0oCA

  1. What is a cartoon movie that is an example of the hero’s journey cycle?
  2. What are the two worlds of the hero’s journey?
  3. Can you think of an episode from your own life that fits the hero’s journey formula?
  4. What is another word for the hero’s journey?
  5. What author is most associated with the concept of the hero’s journey?

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, youtube, Ted Talk

Credit:  Matthew Winkler, creator of the video and lesson plan

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

W.11-12.10, SL.11-12.1d, L.11-12.1, L.11-12.6

 Tuesday: We were suppose to read Agatha Christie’s book And Then There Were None.  So, we are going to listen to it instead.  I am going to provide a Youtube link for the audiobook version.  If you have trouble with it, you can go to youtube and search for the book.  I will give you until May 8th to listen to the book.  I am also posting a link to an online version of the book if you prefer to read it or read as you listen to it.  STarting May 4th I will post some activities for you to complete associated with the novel.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.  

https://youtu.be/-tMBDB69Kfs   audiobook

https://archive.org/stream/AndThenThereWereNone_726/AndThenThereWereNone_djvu.txt

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Facebook, Youtube, online book

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

RL.11-12.7, RL.11-12.9, RL.11-12.10
 
Massey
 

Class: English as a Second Language

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week): 

** EL students will study 1 page entitled Describing People from the Oxford Bilingual Picture Dictionary. After learning the vocabulary, students will answer questions and describe their own family members.

** EL students will interact and practice basic interpersonal communication skills with me and other class members by answering questions to describe their own family members in complete English sentences.

Method of Instruction: Facebook Page: Mrs. Massey’s ESL Class at THS 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included):

WIDA (1) Standard 1 – Social and Instructional Language

English language learners communicate for social and instructional purposes within the school setting.

WIDA (2) Standard 2 - Language of Language Arts

English language learners communicate information, ideas and concepts necessary for academic success in the content area of language arts


 
Miller
 
If you have any questions contact me at rickymiller@franklin.k12.al.us

Class:
Geometry: 1 st , 2 nd , and 3 rd

Get on KUTA Software Worksheets
Geometry: Click on the Geometry link. Then scroll down till you find the tab for Circles. Then
click on the Circumference and area (C = d * PI or 2*r*PI and A = r^2 * PI). Complete and practice the
Circumference and area section. Then proceed onto Algebra 2 link and view what you will be
seeing for next year and practice what sections you feel will assist you. These sections can help you
better understand and prepare you for Algebra 2. The more you practice and use this information
will help you next year.

7 th Math: 5 th , 6 th , and 7 th

7 th Math: Click on the Pre-Algebra link. Then scroll down till you find the tab for Algebraic
Expressions. Then click on the evaluating variable expressions. Complete and practice the evaluating
variable expressions section. Then proceed onto Algebra link and view what you will be seeing for
next year and practice what sections you feel will assist you. These sections can help you better
understand and prepare you for Algebra. The more you practice and use this information will help
you next year.

Take care and be safe

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study
Various standards will assist the students. 
Parker
 
Class: Biology 4th, 5th, and 6th periods.

Monday:
Bacteria Dichotomous Key Page 1. Answer questions 1-11.
Tuesday:
Bacteria Dichotomous Key Page 2. Answer questions 1-6.
Wednesday:
Kingdom Protista Powerpoint and video:
Introduction to Protist video.
Review slides 1-3. Answer vocabulary on slide 3 of ppt.

Thursday:
Protozoans: Review slides 4-21. Answer questions 1-4 on slide 20 and identify 1-6
organisms on slide 21.
Friday:
Algae: Review slides 22-35. Answer questions on slide 35.

Method of Instruction: Facebook, Remind App, Google Classroom.
Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study
13 ) Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain how organisms are classified by
physical characteristics, organized into levels of taxonomy, and identified by binomial
nomenclature (e.g., taxonomic classification, dichotomous keys).
Spurgeon
 

Class: U.S. History Beginnings to the Industrial Revolution 10 th Grade

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week)

 1.Granger and Populist Party 

 What is the Populist Party?

 https://youtu.be/8G_OS1O5Bd4?t=10

https://youtu.be/3Uq7znXhOlI?t=15

https://youtu.be/m_0XgSwFFiw?t=5

What is the Grange movement?

  1. Panic of 1893

https://youtu.be/chqMiCjNd9U?t=6

What city had a riot ?

3.Gold Mining 1849-1900

https://youtu.be/gDkqvqqjMAA

https://youtu.be/QxekRM5-uMU?t=3

What was the Gold Rush?

Brannon got rich not off of gold but of ?

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

Youtube 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

Al COS   A.1a, A.I.b  A1.c,d , e, A1 h Identifying the changing role of the American farmer, including the establishment of the Granger  movement and poupulist party, Gold Rush people left to go to Sutter's Mill

 

Class: Geography 7th grade

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week)

Please watch the videos Send answer through the class remind app

  1. Capitalism versus Socialism

https://youtu.be/Fdfru9NHGvE

https://youtu.be/HmDBTHxYZ7Q

What is Socialism? What is Capitalism?

2.German Autobahnhttps://youtu.be/AX0ew81tXeo

What is the Autobahn? What country is it located in ?

US Highway system https://youtu.be/xWEgvjDiAlE

What president started the  interstate highway system?

  1. Alabama Coal and Iron 

https://youtu.be/i8LhOSY_2gk?t=2

What do they use to make steel ? Where is the sloss furnace located in?

https://youtu.be/MnjrAe1SyP0?t=3

https://youtu.be/GN0IvG-mWYo?t=2

https://youtu.be/vObnXsjkGEg?t=1

      Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc)YouTube

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of study ALCOS 7 Explaining human activities that resulted in the development of settlements at particular locations due to trade, political importance or natural resources Birmingham , alabama as manufacturing centers near coal and iron ore deposits Al Cos 6 economic activities socialism vs capitalism


Tracy

AL COS: 13 ) Explain challenges of the post-
World War I period.
•  Identifying causes of the Great Depression

Lesson Topic: The Great Depression
1. Monday: 1920s Consumerism
2. Tuesday: Stock Market Crash
3. Wednesday: Great Depression details
4. Thursday: Great Depression details
Daily Lessons:
A. Monday:
1) Read the following article and answer the questions below.
https://1920livingstandards.weebly.com/installment-plans.html
a. How did installment plans help lead to the Great Depression?
2) Watch the following video and answer the question below.
https://youtu.be/30wieJDmFeo
a. What new types of luxury items were being created during this
time?
b. Would you have wanted to buy these things even if you did not have
the money?

B. Tuesday:
1) Watch the following video and read the article and answer the following
questions.
https://youtu.be/fFu7us6bNSQ
https://www.historycrunch.com/stock-market-crash-of-1929.html#/
a. What is “Black Tuesday”?
b. What other major economic issues did the stock market crash lead
to? (Hint: Look in the last paragraph)

C. Wednesday:
1) Read the following article and answer the questions below.
https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/us-history/rise-to-world-
power/great-depression/a/the-great-depression
a. What does the statement, “We saw Want and Despair walking the
streets, and our friends, sensible, thrifty families, reduced to poverty,”
show about the great depression? (Hint: people going from wealthy to
poor)
b. How did President Hoover react to the Great Depression?

D. Thursday:
1) Look through the pictures and answer the questions below.
https://www.thoughtco.com/great-depression-pictures-1779916

a. What do these photos tell you about the peoples’ lives who went
through the Great Depression?
b. Imagine yourself living during this time… Write one statement
about the hardships you and your family face.


Walker

Class: Reading 8/English 8

Lesson Plan/Activity (Can be no more than 15 minutes/day or 1 hour/week): 

Verbals and Supporting an Argument

4/27/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Functions of Verbals: Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives video and complete the quiz. Part of the video will be shared on the class Facebook page; however, students must go through Google Classroom and create a Free Student Account for Study.com to view the entire video.

https://study.com/member/classrooms/share.html?classroom=magenta-wolf-1134&assignment=2034478

Here is the link from the 4/11/20 assignment for creating a Study.com Free Student Account:

https://study.com/join/classroom.html?code=magenta-wolf-1134

4/28/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Infinitive Verb Form: Definition & Examples video and complete the quiz.

Part of the video will be shared on the class Facebook page; however, students must go through Google Classroom and create a Free Student Account for Study.com to view the entire video.

https://study.com/member/classrooms/share.html?classroom=magenta-wolf-1134&assignment=2034778

4/29/2020--Students will use their Free Student Account for Study.com through their Google Classroom assignment link to watch the Gerunds: Verbs That End in -ing video and complete the quiz.

Part of the video will be shared on the class Facebook page; however, students must go through Google Classroom and create a Free Student Account for Study.com to view the entire video.

https://study.com/member/classrooms/share.html?classroom=magenta-wolf-1134&assignment=2034812

4/30/2020--Students will read vocabulary words, listen to vocabulary audio, and complete vocabulary practice for the Scholastic Scope Short Read article “Why Are These Chips Sooooooo Delicious?”.  Using the Google Classroom assignment links, students may do the vocabulary practice in the Google Form or type their answers for the vocabulary PDF in an e-mail, message, or Google Doc. 

https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2019-20/050120/why-are-these-chips-so-delicious/SCOPE-050120-ShortRead-Vocabulary.pdf

5/1/2020--Students will read the article “Why Are These Chips Sooooooo Delicious?” in Scholastic Scope magazine online. Students may also listen to the audio of the article. Students will complete the Constructing a Response Activity. Students may type their answers for the prewriting activity and their final paragraph in a Google Doc, e-mail, or message or use the Google Form link. Students should not do the activity at the end of the article unless they can't access the Constructing a Response Google Form or PDF. If students can access the Google Form or PDF, they should start with Step 1 for the question, "What does the section “Burst of Flavor” contribute to the article?" 

Scholastic Scope class password: milkflag2

Article and article audio:

https://scope.scholastic.com/issues/2019-20/050120/why-are-these-chips-sooo-delicious.html#tab1

Constructed Response PDF:

https://scope.scholastic.com/content/dam/classroom-magazines/scope/issues/2019-20/050120/why-are-these-chips-so-delicious/SCOPE-050120-ShortRead-ShortWriteActivity.pdf

Method of Instruction (YouTube, Facebook, Google Classroom, etc.)

I will share material and links with students for this week mainly via Google Classroom and Facebook. Some material will be available via my classroom Facebook page, Instagram, and the class YouTube channel. 

Standard(s) Covered from the Alabama Course of Study (Must be included)

CCRS 10 11 13 20 23 36b 37